• July 21, 2024

MoJ anticipates a sevenfold mediation workload increase 2023

Making mediation mandatory for claims under £10,000 will raise the workload of HM Courts & Tribunals Service’s small claims mediation service by a factor of seven, according to a senior civil official. During a Westminster Legal Policy Forum meeting, Sarah Rose, deputy director of dispute resolution at the Ministry of Justice, stated that an integrated…

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Colorado man arrested for murder threats to Benton County judge and probation officer 2023

On Monday, a guy from Colorado was detained on suspicion of threatening to assassinate Benton County Circuit Judge Brad Karren and a probation officer. Theodore Howell, age 29, was arrested on allegations of intimidating a judge and threatening terrorism. Judge Robin Green presided over Monday’s bond hearing for Howell in Benton County. Green determined that…

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Governor Lamont Closes Executive Branch State Office Buildings Tuesday Due to Snow Storm 2023

Governor Ned Lamont stated today that all executive branch state government buildings would be closed to the public on Tuesday, March 14, 2023, owing to a major winter storm that is expected to strike specific portions of Connecticut on that day. During this storm-related shutdown, the governor has issued the following directives: Those previously identified…

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Retired Arms Deal Commission judges challenge Judicial Service Act 2023

The Johannesburg High Court will hear a constitutional challenge to the Judicial Service Act made by retired judges Willie Seriti and Hendrick Musi, who led the commission of investigation into the weapons transaction. In 2020, Shadow World Investigations and Open Secrets filed a complaint against them with the Judicial Service Commission for severe misconduct (JSC).…

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Israel Legislators continue legislation reforms criticised as anti-democratic 2023

Israel’s parliament took another step on Tuesday to advance a law reform plan that has triggered massive protests against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s ultra-right administration. In a vote held at 3:00 a.m. (0100 GMT), legislators adopted a measure in its initial reading that, among other provisions, would empower the Knesset to overturn Supreme Court decisions…

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Mass Strike Threatened by Labor Party for Job Creation Perpu 2023

On Monday, March 13, the Labor Party will join forces with several groups such as the Federation of Indonesian Metal Worker Unions (FSPMI) at the House of Representatives (DPR) headquarters in Central Jakarta. According to Riden Hatam Aziz, the chief judge of the Labor Party, 2,000 to 3,000 people are anticipated to join this demonstration.…

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Six new attorneys have had their registrations approved by the ADJD’s Lawyer Affairs Committee. 2023

In addition to agreeing to accept the applications for registration renewal submitted by the other 8 individuals In addition to accepting applications for renewal of registration that were submitted by 8 other individuals, the Lawyers Affairs Committee of the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (ADJD) has issued a decision that approves the applications for registration in…

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Changing the law to prevent abuse in sports is essential 2023

Dozens of experts, including ourselves, wrote an open letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in January 2023, requesting an impartial judicial investigation into extensive accusations of abuse in the nation’s athletic organizations. Our organization, Scholars Against Abuse in Canadian Sport, is comprised of specialists in law, education, sociology, criminology, history, psychology, and a variety of…

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That the A-capacity G’s to deem the PM unsuitable for office is eliminated by a committee vote 2023

The Impairment Law modifies a provision of the quasi-constitutional Basic Law: Government on the circumstances under which a prime minister is judged unsuitable for office. Monday morning, the Special Committee for Changes to Basic Law: Government voted in favor of the Impairment Bill, which will now be referred to the Knesset for its first reading.…

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North Carolina Divorce Laws 2023: How to File 2023

If you choose to file for divorce in North Carolina, you must be familiar with the procedure. You must fulfill particular standards, file documentation with the appropriate court, and make (or allow the court to make) decisions about property distribution, spousal support, child custody, and other issues. This tutorial describes how to file for divorce…

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